Last week I was sent a link to a BBC radio programme which proved to be a fascinating half-hour listening about Waterford, in deed, the Earl of Waterford. We previously knew nothing of him or he of us but that is rather the basis of the programme. In this new series on BBC Radio 4, Lords A Living, radio presenter, Ruth McDonald accompanies members of the House of Lords to the titular land of their peerage to meet the communities who live there now. Does reality match-up to expectation for a peer who hasn’t visited “home” in several decades, or has never been there at all? And what will “home” make of them?